2-4 Drawer Wood File Cabinets

  • Top quality steel ball bearing drawer slides
  • 3 mil PVC Tough Edge on all exposed edges
  • Core removable locks
  • Accommodates Letter and Legal files
  • Choice from (7) laminate finishes
  • Greenguard Certified


2-4 Drawer Wood File Cabinets

Your office should promote engagement instead of clutter. Being able to easily access important files with efficiency makes for a more productive work environment. Through a compact design, 2-4 drawer wood file cabinets can fit an any office configuration allowing users to store all documents in a space effective manner. Wood file cabinets can be easily mobilized, so when your needs may shift you can easily transport your furniture from one place to another.

To begin with, 2-4 drawer wood file cabinets feature top quality steel bearing drawer slides ensuring consistency when opening and closing numerous times throughout the workday. The 3 mil PVC tough covering encases all exposed edges, preventing the cabinets from damaging walls or other pieces of furniture. Next, core locks are in place for the security of private documents and are removable if need be. Furthermore, wood file cabinets provide versatility through the ability to accommodate both legal and letter files. Wooden file cabinets have options from seven contemporary laminate finishes to complement any office or plans fr a new buildout. Finally, 2-4 drawer wood file cabinets are Greenguard certified, providing you peace of mind when deciding to make a purchase.

Want to explore solutions for a more effective ideation? Here’s what we recommend: take a stab at quantifying your project. Measure your space, create a rough drawing, then attach a headcount and find some inspiration to bring to your meeting. Saying, “We have a 15’x30′ space that needs to fit 8 people and we like this style/layout/furniture…” is a much better jumping off point than “How much does this desk cost?” If you need a hand, our team will gladly come walk your space and help out with that first part. Fit your vision for the office?